November Nights returns with some new music called “Midnight Dancing”. This is the record you play when you want some feel good music while you’re out. Give it a listen below.
After a well received response to his “Ctrl + Alt + Del” record, Erick Lottary takes to the streets of Red Hook in Brooklyn with a new visual for his Promise produced “The Sheep” record. This one has director, Andrew Charles Green behind the lens. Look out for Erick Lottary’s new “Hold Please” EP coming very soon.
Just a week after releasing the visual for his record “Still Ridin Dirty”, Kris Tru returns with a new single titled “Outside”. The South Carolina native is preparing to release his new project “Players Paradise” next month, but in the mean time enjoy “Outside”, another showcase of Kris’s southern swag.
Washington D.C. rapper Styme is currently working on a new mixtape with frequent collaborator Kid Official. With a few bangers under their belt, they might have another one. The two team up with fellow DMV rapper Lizzle for this new hit titled “Run Up The Bank.” Take a listen to the single.
Mista Cain recently teamed up with Cain Muzik’s newest addition Dee Jackson to collaborate on something for the ladies entitled “Minaj”. The Rob Taylor-produced single will appear on Mista Cain’s upcoming mixtape Tha Verdict.
Virginia native, Young Fool recently linked with popular producer Zaytoven for “Gwap Talk” the mixtape. The two held an one of a kind listening party at Patchwerk Recording Studios with Atlanta’s exotic pleasures.
Young Fool also opened up with DJ Smallz in an one on one interview while in Atlanta which can be viewed via Youtube.
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